"Gil Rose conducted with admirable command."


Acknowledged for his “sense of style and sophistication” by Opera News, noted as “an amazingly versatile conductor” by The Boston Globe, praised for conducting with “admiral command” by The New York Times, and KUSC calls him “one of the most adventurous conductors in the world today”. Gil Rose is a musician helping to shape the future of classical music. Over the past two decades, Mr. Rose has built a reputation as one of the country’s most inventive and versatile conductors before the public.

His dynamic performances on both the symphonic and operatic stages as well as over 100 recordings have garnered international critical praise.

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November 10, 2023

2024 GRAMMY Nomination for Best Opera Recording for "The Lord of Cries"

BMOP/Odyssey Opera's recording of John Corigliano & Mark Adamo's "The Lord of Cries" nominated for GRAMMYs


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July 12 &14, 2024

Artpark presents: TOSCA

Celebrating its 50th season, Artpark will present  one of the world's favorite operas, Giacomo Puccini's TOSCA, in the Artpark Mainstage Theater

Artpark Mainstage Theater
Lewiston, NY
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“Gil Rose conducts a performance of arresting character, finesse and instrumental prowess..”

Donald Rosenberg, Gramophone

“...sculpted with conductor Gil Rose’s characteristic verve and clarity.”

Kevin Lowenthal, The Boston Globe

Latest Reviews

August 1, 2024
On "Trouble" members of The Boston Modern Orchestra Project perform music that is refined in its conception, purposeful in its scoring and thoroughly involving as a listening experience. The interaction of instrumentalists animating each piece in these excellent performances communicates a collective dynamic rather than a lone creative voice being granted expression by an orchestra.

- Julian Cowley, The WIRE Magazine on Vijay Iyer's "Trouble", August 2024 Issue

July 1, 2024
As ever, Gil Rose’s forces proved well prepared and virtuosic.

- David Shengold, OPERA Magazine on POE, July 2024

July 1, 2024
The set rewards on multiple levels: in bookending two concerti with a fanfare-like piece and a symphony, the set offers an encompassing portrait, and the BMOP delivers the material with its customary zeal and fastidious attention to detail.

- Textura on Ellen Taaffe Zwilich: Symphony No. 5, July 2024